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#1 2013-05-05 06:27:03

Registered: 2010-07-28
Posts: 30

Scratch 2.0 Offline

Using the Adobe Flash Player Projector, I have managed to get Scratch 2.0 running offline on Linux.

I will be adding Windows support very soon, but I do not own a Mac.

Download from

If you want to create Scratch 2.0 Offline for Mac OS X:

Download the Flash Player Projector Creator at
Rename the newly downloaded to
Download Scratch 2.0 at (Use the "Save Page As" function on your browser)
Open the Scratch.swf file you just downloaded
Create a Projector in File>Create Projector
Email me the file at [email removed by mod]

[Moderator note - sharing email addresses isn't allowed on Scratch due to privacy concerns]

Last edited by scimonster (2013-05-06 08:15:30)
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#2 2013-05-05 06:33:39

Registered: 2010-03-08
Posts: 1000+

Re: Scratch 2.0 Offline

I have a Mac and I was able to follow your instructions to get Scratch 2.0 working offline, but could not find a Create Projector option in the File menu.

Only thing, instead of renaming to .app, you have to expand it properly  tongue

Last edited by jji7skyline (2013-05-05 06:34:03)

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#3 2013-05-06 03:27:15

Registered: 2011-04-14
Posts: 1000+

Re: Scratch 2.0 Offline

This is the first time I have got the Flash Player Projector to run... Maybe the download corrupt every other time I tried it. I can open Scratch.swf and use it offline, but there is no Create Projector option.



#4 2013-05-06 08:15:55

Community Moderator
Registered: 2010-06-13
Posts: 1000+

Re: Scratch 2.0 Offline

Cool! I'm going to try this on my Fedora machine.



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